#VHNIreland Programme 2016
Workshop – Friday – Saturday – Posters

Please Note – Session Times are Subject to Change Before the Event

#VHNIreland is made possible thanks to our sponsors – You will have an opportunity to engage with them during the conference on Friday and Saturday

#VHNIreland Friday 9th December
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Time Details
10:00 11:00 Registration
11:00 11:05 Welcome
11:05 12:15 Session 1
Geert Kessels & Pim van Bree – LAB1100

How to Reach New Audiences by Publishing Interactive Visualisations

Enda O Flaherty – Rubicon Heritage / NUIG

Triggering Memory and Meaning for Online Public: The Abandoned National Schools of Ireland

John Tierney  – Echarta Archaeological Projects

Using the Dataset

Mathew Luke Vincent  &  Fondazione Bruno Kessler – Rekrei

Rekrei: Crowdsourcing Lost Heritage and Open Access to the Past

Questions Session 1
12:15 12:35 Coffee Break
12:35 13:45 Session 2
Session 2
Johnny Ryan

Archaeological Investigations: A Move from Paper Reporting to Digital Mapping

Ken Hanley – Transport Infrastructure Ireland

Transport Infrastructure Ireland: Taking Archaeological Dissemination to the Next Level (Archaeological Knowledge in the Age of the Machine)

Simone Zambruno, A. Vazzana, M. Orlandi, F. Taverni &  A. Volpre
The Department of Cultural Heritage, University of Bologna
The 3D Reconstruction of the Church of Santa Maria in Porto Fuori in Ravenna
Barry Molloy & Marina Milic – University College Dublin

Communicating Craft: Using 3D Models to Explore How People Made and Used Metalwork in Bronze Age Europe

Questions Session 2

13:45 14:45 Lunch Break                   
14:45 15:55 Session 3

Thomas Flynn & George Oates – Museum in a Box Ltd.

Museum in a Box – Letting Objects Speak for Themselves

Jully Acuña

Accessible Heritage: Co-Creating Absences

Gavin Duffy – RealSim Ltd

Cork Harbour 3D – An Interactive Digital and Physical Model Display for Spike Island

Sheila Dooley – Dublina 

Viking and Medieval Dublin Online Project

Questions Session 3

15:55 16:15 Coffee Break
16:15 17:25 Session 4

David Ryan

Creating A Digital Cultural Catalogue of St. Anne’s Shandon

Orla Egan – Digital Arts and Humanities, University College Cork

Queer Digital History: Creating a Cork LGBT Digital Archive

Gary Devlin – The Discovery Programme

Surveying, Modelling, and Gamification of Joyce’s Tower

Marco Orlandi,  A. Vazzana, S. Zambruno, A. Lannucci, G. Gruppioni, E. Burri – Department of Cultural Heritage, University  of Bologna

The Fucino Lake: A Historical and Environmental Digital Reconstruction

Questions Session 4


#VHNIreland – Saturday 10th December

Time Details
8:00 9:00 Registration
9:00 9:05 Welcome
9:05 10:15 Session 5
Kate Colbert – University College Cork

The Biographies of Five Early Medieval Stones From Clonmore, Co. Carlow

Megan Kasten – University of Glasgow

Shadows of a Legacy : The Use of Reflectance Transformation Imaging in the Reconstruction of the Govan Stones

Daniel Maher – Equinox Digital

RTI and Projection Mapping: The Analysis and Presentation of the Phoenician Engravings from the Tarxien Temple Complex, Malta

Heather Christie – School of Simulation and Visualisation, Glasgow School of Art

New Applications for Filtering in Archaeological Photography

Questions Session 5

10:15 10:35 Coffee Break
10:35 11:35 Session 6
Marta Pilarska – School of Simulation and Visualisation, Glasgow School of Art

False Colour Photogrammetry: How 3D Imaging Can Enhance the Spectral Documentation of Three-Dimensional Artworks

Costas Papadopoulos, S. Schreibman, C. Brennan, B. Hughes, N. Rooney & F. Mac Caba – An Foras Feasa, Maynooth University

Mixed Realities for Enhancing History Teaching and Learning: The Battle of Mount Street Bridge

Amber Cushing – School of Information and Communication Studies, University College Dublin

How AR Mobile Walking Tour Featuring Archival Collections Can Enhance Life: Reflections from the Walk1916 Project

Questions Session 6

11:35 12:00 Coffee Break
12:00 12:40 Session 7 – Peka Kucha Sessions
David Monaghan &  Aljiosa Smolic – Trinity College Dublin

 Anne Cleary & Dennis Connolly – Cleary Connolly

How Can Geo-localisation, Augmented Reality and Gaming Technology be Used to Bring our Heritage to a Wider Public in Ireland?

Gary Dempsey – RealSim Ltd/Roscommon3D/Galway3D

The State of The Art – An Overview of Digital Heritage Projects Through the Eyes of media outlets

Orla Breslin – The Discovery Programme / School of Celtic
Studies, DIAS (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies)’
Corca Dhuibhne 3D– A Community Perspective

Questions Session 7

12:40 13:40 Lunch Break
13:40 14:40 Session 8 –Keynote
Prof. Graeme Earl  – Professor of Archaeology, University of Southampton / Director of Humanities Enterprise and Impact
Making Open Scholarship Visible

Questions Session 8

14:40 15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 15:40 Session 9
Rónán Swan – Transport Infrastructure Ireland & Evie Monaghan Discovery Programme

Collaboration in Digitising Cultural Heritage: Transport Infrastructure Ireland’s Heritage Collection and the wider European Context

Dr. Elizabeth Shotton – School of Architecture, Planning and Environment Policy, University College Dublin

Technical Transformations at Boatstrand Harbour

Robin Stubbs – Waterford Institute of Technology / School of Simulation and Visualisation, Glasgow School of Art

Devising Intelligent Modelling Techniques and Practices for Built Heritage

15:40 16:30 Virtual Heritage Network Ireland AGM


#VHNIreland – Poster Presentations

Lucy McKenna; M. Bustillo; C. Debruyne; D. O’Sullivan – Adapt Centre, School of Computer Science and Statistics, Trinity College Dublin
Development of a Metadata Object Description Schema (MODS) Cataloging Tool for the Library of Trinity College Dublin’s Digital Resources and Imaging Services (DRIS).
Maria Ryan – National Library of Ireland
How The National Library of Ireland is Preserving the Irish Web
Deidre O’Driscoll – Marine Institute  
Title TBC – Marine Institutes 3D Data Collection

Workshop – Friday – Saturday – Posters